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EpicFAIL Name Cori Wiessner
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"I need to buy something new!" 
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Gender: Female
Age: 38
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 11
Average Days/Year: 10
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: weekend warrior
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'4, lbs
Board Size: 154
Boot Size: 8.5
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: M
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Region: North West
Location: Oregon
Resort: Mt. Hood Meadows
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12/13/2014 11:14:18 PM I am not sure if I did well at all. I may have followed my namesake... Lol I am a civil engineer and was prepping for a manager position. The questions were strictly technical and not management based at all. I doubt I did well at all, but at the same time if I were to get the position, I would have to ask a lot of questions on what the boss is expecting out of the job. The questions are more suited to hire a staff member, not a manager. I would hate for a manager to do my work for me.... Well, I have another interview Monday. I hope I do better in that one. It is a straight up movement where the other one was more of a diagonal. It is the same hiring manager though... The bonus for my company is that there were four internal candidates and all the other ones would really excel in the position as well. Some of them are more suited for the questions asked as well... Anyway, gotta stay positive for the next one on Monday.
12/13/2014 11:03:31 PM Yeah, I got the shirt during the Sierra/tru snow switchover. Originally, they let me know they were out of the shirts and they were ordering new ones. They would email me when that happened. Then all the people that worked for Sierra didn't work for Sierra any more. It would've been fun but meh.
12/11/2014 10:55:36 PM Ouch on the binding expiration. I am working up to that one now... Either way, I could do with an extra set of bindings.
12/11/2014 10:50:19 PM I have an interview for a promotion. I think I'm pretty well prepared, but I am going up again four very qualified people. Just gotta believe in myself. I have been studying for the interview for about a week, and today was the day to say, I know what I know and if it's not me, so be it. I got a call from my husband during my studying and he told me our tree fell down on our neighbors fence and knocked it down. A couple more fence panels got knocked down as well... As I drove home, the power went out and no way for me to set out my outfit. I hope it's back on by the time I have to leave for work, ha ha ha. Oh what a day.
12/8/2014 11:57:36 PM Yup. Now it's just another place to buy gear. Daddies board shop is local, but it got bought out by a conglomerate too. I just want a homie feel without paying full price for stuff.
12/8/2014 11:54:17 PM Just a question, how many have changed mid-day without going back to the car/locker? It seems like such a pain to go through all that hassle.
12/8/2014 11:50:30 PM Sucks coming back to work after a great weekend. I'm exhausted.
12/7/2014 12:13:55 AM Take it as long as you can. This is not something that they have to do to make money. But if it's drawing people into the site, they'll keep it. I am hoping to get a free pair of bindings for the hubs before next year, but if it doesn't work, oh well. I am happy that I signed up early enough to get my original setup through Sierra before they sold out. It was a smoking deal. Unfortunately, my bindings got stollen from my newer board (see above). I was able to get a newer set here cheaper than I could elsewhere. Nothing forcing me to buy from trusnow/the house, unless it's cheaper with my discount. I'm getting the discounts as long as they'll offer it. Thanks Sierra!
12/7/2014 12:06:03 AM Out and about on my birthday weekend, collecting McMenamins stamps. This is something very typical Northwest (more specifically Portland OR) and has ventured as far south as Roseburg OR, as far north as Seattle, and east to west from Bend and the beach. It has been one crazy weekend collecting stamps and touring all the refurbished buildings converted into Mcminamens.
12/6/2014 11:58:15 PM I leave mine in the vehicle. It's not like it takes all that long to go back to the car to switch them out... That said, I've never switched them out even if the weather changes.
12/3/2014 10:38:53 PM The maze is the most frustrating.
12/2/2014 11:58:20 PM I have a few items from ikea and most of them were temporary items. It's now 15 years later and I still have most of the items. We have bought a desk, bookshelves and a bed there. The bed frame is great quality. I bought it pre-boyfriend and I just celebrated my 10 year anniversary. My daughter is 6 and is using the frame (and treating it as a six year old would) I don't see her growing out of it unless she doesn't like the style in 10 more years. There are some items that are quality and worth it. Other items are cheap, cheap, cheap.
12/2/2014 12:30:07 AM It was 3 hours to the nearest ikea. Now it's about 15 minutes. I went more and spent more when it was further away. Now I know I can just pop on over and get something. It's lost its allure.
12/2/2014 12:25:27 AM Adding a board to the quiver just to add it is silly, but a free one... I'm sure something will be available
11/30/2014 9:52:47 AM There are some options for getting gear for kids. Usually they're in it for such a short amount of time. Look into places that may have ski rentals by the season. You may be able to upgrade if her feet get bigger. Look into local ski swaps. Usually, it's like minded parents looking to sell and get new gear for the next season. Look on Craigslist. This is where we got our kids' gear. This year we got unused boots for a great value. Good luck finding something for your daughter.


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